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No. 4667, Kuahiwinui
To the Land Commissioner: I hereby tell you of my `Ili in Honomaele. Its name is Kukuiolona, and is an `ili from my kupunas.
At this time it is from /by permission of/ Ulunahele. It is mauka of the seashore and seaward of the Government Road and it lies as far as Pohaku Palahalaha in Wailele.
Cl. 4667, Kuahininui, June 28th 1849
Makaila, sworn, The ili of "Kukuioloni" in Honomaele, Hana, is an old possession of Claimant. He has owned it since 1819.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by the Mountain
Koolau by Papakolekahuli (Ili)
Makai by Paka's land
Kipahulu by Kapahi's land.
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.... but got a patch from him to plant on, I came to this place to live before the death of Kinau. Kuahiuinui did not himself live on the land in dispute, tho he had a house there and a man of his lived in it, he cultivated but very little kalo, he also planted some beans.
Luika wife of Kukeawe sworn, confirms in full the testimony of her husband.
No. 4667, Kuahiuinui, June 27, 1849
Makaila, sworn, Kuahiuinui's land is Kukuiolono in Honomale of Hana by district. This is very old land obtained before 1819.
Mauka by Mountain
Koolau by Papakolekahuli ili
Makai by Pahea's land
Kipahulu by Kapakahi's land.
[Award 4667; Kukuiolono Honomaele Hana; 1 ap.; 2 Acs]